Dancehall artiste Gage is creating waves with his latest single, Tun Up. The track was produced by Dutty Fridaze and it is already hot on the streets.
The artiste, born Ryan Douglas, says the feedback has been overwhelming not only in Jamaica, but in overseas markets as well.
“The feedback on the song has been great both locally and internationally. Trinidad was the inspiration for the song because of their soca vibes,” said Gage.
To increase the promotion of the song, a music video is being planned. “We are getting ready to shoot a few videos, including Tun Up, Let Me Be and Still A Love It. The fans can look out for a lot from Gage,” he said.
Gage recently burnt several stages leaving his fans begging more. His recent performances in April include Clarendon, St Mary and St Vincent and the Grenadines. He has confirmed performances in Trinidad as well as in the Tri-State Area.
There are also plans for a tour over the next few months. The 25-year-old began his musical journey while a teenager at Denbigh High School in May Pen. He developed this desire by entering various major competitions locally, such as the popular Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall, and many clashes. From this experience, he learned to appreciate the art of performing and also the true meaning of good competition.
Among his hits are In Deh In Deh, Kitty Cat and Burning Sun.